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a day now than they did 20 years ago. >> the average -- adult in america is about 2000 calories and that has to be matched off against exercise and that's a good way to approach it whereas dr. jacobson said there are certain ver bothen products you shouldn't eat call. >> no -- at all. >> no, i didn't say that. you can have a take -- >> can you have a hamburger. >> yeah. >> doesn't it have transfat by reason of its own content. >> it's the saturated fat in the hamburger is the problem. >> it's not what you can cook it in, canola oil but still -- >> hamburgers are broiled, but it's the sat rated fat in the hamburgers. >> a certain amount of saturated fat is ok, you will allow, for a hamburger what once a week? >> depends on your diet. the problem is -- if i say eat a hamburger once a week, people will say ok, i'll have a hamburger once a week, fried eggs in the morning, a whopper. >> what's a wpper. >> a cheeseburger at lunch. >> one or two hamburgers in a bun with cheese. >> yeah. a pizza. >> that is simple, on its face, it's suicidal, is it not? >> you can have one. the problem
bring their home language into english and english expands like america. it expands to accommodate you. >> in protest against the iran regime the current regime, some women have set themselves on fire in paris. what is the reaction of our iranian guest to that kind of extreme self sacrifice as a form of protest? we'll put that question to our guest but first here is her distinguished profile. >> born tehran, husband bejohn had dairy -- two children, relist is -- rehim gin muslim -- religion must him. b.a. religious literature, m.a. literature. university of tehran profession of -- professor of literature. writer 22 years. johns hopkins university school of advance studies professor of politics and culture six years and currently. ao dialogue project. a program that promotes people to people exchange of ideas and perspectives on democracy and culture and the west. diry. author go books including -- two books including reading lita in tehran. hobbies, swimming, film viewing, and painting. azar nafisi. >> do you regard your book as a feminists man first is to -- manifesto -- a dlaration o
in america knows somebody in their family or among their friends who has taken one or another of these medications and their lives are substantially better. >> selective seratonin reuptake inhibitors. ssri. what does that mean? >> wt that means that these are medications which particularly impact seratonin in the brain, and basically they boost seratonin levels in the brain, and when that happens, we've seen that mood improves, anxiety and anxiety falls. >> and you prescribe on the basis of that perceived need in seratonin, correct? you can't diagnose physiologically a low level of seratonin, can you? >> well, you actually can. patients have asked me about this, but i tell them i don't think you would want to do it, because we can do a spinalap and we can get the spinal fluid level of seratonin and tell whether or not that's low. most people don't want to get a spinal tap to get treated for depression. >> i want to make one thing clear, and that these drugs are are prescribed for a physiological -- correct me if i'm wrong -- deficiency in the brain. is that correct? an imperfe
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